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Glenn Sacks

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Born 1963
Occupation Columnist

Glenn Sacks is an American men's and fathers' issues columnist and media spokesperson.

Sacks is a frequent guest on radio and TV shows, and is often quoted in newspapers and magazines. He began a blog in 2006, and sends out a weekly e-newsletter to 50,000 subscribers. He was Executive Director of Fathers & Families[wp] from 2009-2012.[1]

Sacks is married and has two children.[2] In 1999, he received a master's degree in Latin American studies from University of California, Los Angeles.[3] He also worked as an adjunct professor of English as a second language at College of the Canyons.[4]


  • In 2005, the campaign against the T-shirt logo saying "Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them!"[wp] was successful in having the line withdrawn from a number of stores across the USA.[5][6]


Self description

Glenn Sacks, MA is a columnist and media commentator who focuses primarily on gender issues and family law. Glenn has written columns for dozens of the largest newspapers in the United States, made hundreds of radio and TV appearances, and has often been quoted in major publications.

Glenn's columns have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Houston Chronicle, the San Francisco Chronicle, the New York Daily News, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, and over 100 others.

Glenn has appeared on MSNBC, ABC, CNN, Fox News, CBS, Al-Jazeera, Telemundo, ESPN, the BBC, CNBC, PBS, Univision, and many others.

Glenn has been quoted in dozens of major publications, including: TIME Magazine; USA Today; People magazine; the Washington Post; the New York Times; Newsweek; Forbes; U.S. News & World Report; the London Times (UK); and numerous others.

Glenn's radio show His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and Riverside from 2003 to 2005.

Glenn has been instrumental in launching many effective, highly-publicized campaigns and action alerts in defense of fatherhood, shared parenting, and gender equity.

Glenn's opinion columns have been reprinted or his work has been discussed or quoted in numerous books, including Dr. Laura Schlessinger's Woman Power, Kathleen Parker's Save the Males, Larry Elder's best-selling Showdown and numerous others.

Glenn is prominently featured in the documentary film Divorce Corp, which opened at theaters in over 50 cities in January, 2014.

Glenn taught high school, elementary school, and adult school in the Los Angeles and Miami public school systems, and in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. He was named to "Who's Who Among America's Teachers" three times.

A happily married father of two, Glenn earned a Master's Degree from UCLA.

– Glenn Sacks: About Glenn


  1. Our team,
  2. Glenn Sacks: Biography[webarchive]
  3. Glenn Sacks, The American Partisan, 2002
  4. Glenn Sacks: In Defense of John Walker Lindh's Parents, Los Angeles Times on February 2, 2002
  5. Associated Press. Retailers pull "Boys Are Stupid" products, MSNBC on January 29, 2004
  6. David Crary Stores pull "Boys Are Stupid" merchandise, The Seattle Times on January 30, 2004

See also

External links

Cover of the book Boys are Stupid - Throw Rocks at Them by Todd Harris Goldman[wp]
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